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frontrunner wasn't there... but the candidates take shots at him anyway. the republicans face off for the last time before caucuses. plus...caucus class. what you need to know before heading out monday night. and...a church gets hit by mother nature....but is counting its blessings here's a live look at our good morning it's 6 a-m -- today is . good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist is here now with your storm track seven forecast. we are in for another day with a partly to mostly cloudy sky across eastern iowa. temperatures will warm into the an isolated rain or snow shower far north, it will be mostly
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there could be some minor snow we are still tracking the potential for a large storm to wednesday. because this system is still 4 to 5 days out, and the storm is still out in the major winter storm will be affecting the midwest, and there will be several inches of snow and a lot of wind. wind gusts affects will be with us through wednesday. because this system is still 4 to 5 days out, and the storm is still out in the pacific ocean, computer model guidance has been fluctuating. bottom line: a major winter storm will be affecting the midwest, and there will be upwards of 45 mph. we begin this hour with the countdown to caucus.
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last night many of the g-o-p canddiates squared off in a debate on the fox news channel.. the final showdown before the caucuses. the elephant not in the room -- donald trump...some of the candidates making joking references to trump during the evnt. but they moved on quickly.. the most common attacks happening between senators ted cruz and marco rubio... the truth is, ted, throughout worked for george w. bush's campaigns... (booing)" "we both made the identical promises. but when we came to washington, we made a different choice. marco made the choice to go because he thought it was politically advantageous." trump refused to participate last night because of a fued with fox news anchor megan kelly instead, trump held his own event for veterans just a few miles million dollars for veterans. "donald trump another great builder in new york, now a action, i refuse to be called a politician. donald trump gave 1
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two other republican candidates...rick santorum and mike huckabee... joined trump on stage. they did not qualify for the main debate which was going on at the same time. we're down to the wire. the first test to decide our next president happens monday night inside lunch rooms and libraries. right now, the candidates are organizing and hoping to catch fire at the end. voters are organizing themselves -- and some have questions about the process. "wow!" "well, whoa! wow!" "trump, trump, trump" it's almost time for the hand shaking and speech making to end. 315 days after the first major candidate announced a run for the white house, the first night in iowa. "we're making a big decision."
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the republican field is crowded - and the democratic race is much more of a race than most expected. caucus-goers have a lot to sift through - and for some - it starts with the rules. "it couldn't get much more complicated than it is now." some people have a different description: "it's crazy the system of yours. it's nuts." democrats meet in their precincts monday night. it's like a neighborhood meeting. it starts at 7 o'clock sharp so if you need to register, you have to do it beforehand. from there, they divide up into preference groups, but if one candidate fails to be considered viable, which typically means - getting 15-percent - they have to convince others to join their group or disband and align with someone else. that's a scenario that could play out - and could help swing the final results. after that, delegates are awarded to help determine the winner. using a formula that. well, we'll just say is not a simple head count. so what about the gop? it coverage from 1988.
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little easier than the democrats. after signing in and finding their precinct, they waste little time getting down to business." "from here, the caucus process is a simple one. for the republicans, it's time to take a poll of the voters. a secret ballot to determine the winner. of course, that doesn't mean everything will run smoothly." "pray it isn't snowing like it was that one year. it was incredible." thanks to the 2012 caucuses, they also might be praying for accuracy. "we had a little problem last time around (laughs) but it all worked out in the process, but it's a fun night and an interesting night. and an educational night." so what can we expect monday night? "i'm thinking three tickets and right now, it's looking like the third ticket is the most likely the nominee." kwwl political analyst chris larimer sizes up the two republicans who've been leading the field in iowa.
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one goes on to be the nominee." "that third ticket out of iowa could be the golden ticket." which has happened before. "winning the iowa caucus is a plus in the system, but it's not a guarantee of anything." what it can do is build - or kill momentum - for a campaign. and turnout is always a key. dr. larimer predicts about 140,000. "but if that gets over 150, 160,000, then that's to the benefit of trump and sanders." since the 1970s when iowa moved front and center to be first in the nation, the caucuses have helped thin the herd. there's been a lot of handwringing across the country about iowa in the front seat, but anyone who questions the legitimacy of the iowa caucuses -- consider this: in 1980, george bush surprised everyone by beating ronald reagan in iowa. bush's performance paved the way for him to become vice president under reagan. and eventually president. without his first place finish in 1980 in iowa, it's possible there would've been no bush dynasty. and also no barack obama in the
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house. the illinois senator won iowa in 2008 - with a record turnout - and kept on rolling. "it's an interesting evening and there will be surprises." but from who, what. or even where? it's almost time to piece together the puzzle iowans create every four years. many of you have asked where you need to go monday night to caucus. we've got a link on our website with information -- so you can find your precinct. a political hotspot will soon have a new owner. the iconic hamburg inn no. 2 in iowa city has been in the panther family for decades -- but it's going to be switching hands as the current owner retires. the restraunt has had many politicians through its doors over the years...known for their (david panther/ owner of hamburg inn no. 2) "they have be the same staff same, my come in and build on the success that we've had." panther plans to spend his
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now to coverage of the iowa legislature. there are questions about how the bully prevention program at u-n-i will be paid for. despite creating the center, the governor's budget doesn't dedicate money to the center... instead lumping it in with the board of the easy part. the challenging part, given a finite amount of money, how do we prioritize and decide what does and doesn't get funded." the board of regents requested 20 million dollars from the state. the governor's budget gave it 8 million. strong winds knock down trees and power lines during a january tornado. this happened in florida.
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the tornado hit right in their courtyard. you can see patio furniture being lifted in the air and the winds nearly blowing a delivery man away. church members say the church suffered roof damage... "i truly believe the lord is with us. we are just ok. we needed to clean up this yard anyway." utility crews say more than 700 people lost power. no one was hurt. the so-called affluenza teen is back on u-s soil. he'll be in court today. ethan couch is being held in a north texas juvenile detention center. the teen and his mother became the focus of an international search after he missed a mandatory probation meeting. couch was put on probation after killing four people in a drunk driving accident three years ago. the-f-b-i releases video of the traffic stop which led to the deadly shooting of an oregon protestor. we will not be showing the shooting this morning. an f-b-i plane was overhead during the time. authorities say the suspect tried to drive around a roadblock, then got stuck in snow. he got out of the car and
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that's when he was shot. the f-b-i says there was a handgun in that pocket. more than 60 people go to the hospital after a carbon monoxide leak. a texas middle school was evacuated -- and they believe a boiler broke down... and that's what caused the problem. a 16-year-old is fined 200 dollars for taking an extra lunch at school documents show the head cook pressed charges against the students for theft. but the district superintendent says that's false. cases are reported to school administrators and they decide what to do from there... to police happen and then police make decisions off statutes and what not." a fundraising page set up to help the wisconsin teen pay his fine received more than one-thousand dollars in donations. the woman who started it says the rest of the money will go to help other students in need. its coming up on today in iowa... you need a lot of paint for this job. we're getting a look at the work done ahead of the biggest
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plus -- they claim this is the report...just ahead. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with this is today in iowa." "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." car repairs, home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa
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the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton.
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back and good friday morning, i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. threat tracker is in the green over the next 48 hours. we will be cloudy tomorrow. we are tracking a quick moving low pressure system with a cold front on sunday that could produce some rain showers changing to snow. there could be minor accumulations of snow in the afternoon so that is
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as far as that winter storm. it to the midwest. last night it looked like the low was tracking more northwest, which would give a period of mixing to the south. now it looks like more of a southeast track, which makes most of the precipitation snow across eastern iowa. here are two different model comparisons showing where the heavier snow bands could set up. again, no amounts are being forecast at this point in time. we are still abour 4 to 5 the pacific. we are just giving you a heads up. storm track 7 live doppler radar is dry across eastern iowa. we had a mostly cloudy to mostly clear sky across the area tonight, now we are left with patchy areas of pressure in place. regional view shows more clouds to the west, and we will see those later today. here's the storm track 7 live weather network. it is showing calm conditions across the area. here's the current wind speeds across the area. these winds will pick up later today. temperatures right now are in the teens and 20s. weather trackers calling in with temperatures in the teens and 20s. dependent on where the clouds were. futuretrack shows a mix of sun tonight we will be mostly cloudy. weak system passes to our north, that could produce a light shower or
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activity stays to our north. mostly cloudy on saturday, ahead of our next chance for rain and snow as we head into the day sunday. forecast for today has partly to mostly cloudy skies with highs in the 30s and even near 40 ddgrees. it will turn breezy. mostly cloudy tonight with temperatures in the 20s with lighter winds. here'st he caucus forecast. mostly cloudy with temperatures near 30. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. mostly cloudy today and tomorrow with a mix of rain and snow with little accumulation sunday. then we are tracking that major winter storm for monday night through wednesday morning. it will also be very windy and cold behind the system. track 7 day forecast. mostly cloudy today and tomorrow with a mix of rain and snow with little accumulation sunday. then we are tracking that major winter storm for monday night through wednesday morning. it will also be very windy
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the football stadium in santa clara, california is being transformed right now -- for the biggest game of the year... which is still more than a week away. workers painted the turf...
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the 50-yard- line.... celebrating the 50-th super bowl in league history. still to come on today in iowa -- a look at the "world's toughest rodeo -- what makes it so tough. a live report just ahead.
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car repairs, home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the
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that's the claim from the so-called world's toughest rodeo -- which is in eastern iowa. kwwl's amanda gilbert getting a taste of what its like -- she joins us live from cedar rapids, sitting on a bull! i need some humor to distract me from this... so what do you do in the show? and you were telling that the bulls actually voted yesterday... it was a political bull bingo... who'd they vote for. midnight here voted for trump... he's the republican. and my bulls the democrat.. he voted for trump. what's it like
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oriented. it starts at 7:30 tonight. and there's a preshow from 6 to 7. and tonight only there's a party zone with two buck beer... i need some humor to distract me from this... so what do you do in the show? and you were telling that the bulls actually voted yesterday... it was a political bull bingo... who'd they vote for. midnight here voted for trump... he's the republican. and my bulls the democrat.. he voted for trump. what's it like being here? it's very family oriented. it starts at 7:30 tonight. and there's a preshow from 6 to 7. and tonight only there's a party zone with two buck beer... we've got you covered live in cedar rapids, amanda gilbert, the show? and you were telling for. midnight here voted for trump... he's the republican. and my bulls the democrat.. he voted for trump.
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very family oriented. it starts at 7:30 tonight. and there's a preshow from 6 to 7. and tonight only there's a party zone with two buck beer... i need some humor to distract me from this... so what do you do in the show? and you were telling that the bulls actually voted yesterday... it was a political bull bingo... who'd they vote for. midnight here voted for trump... he's the republican. and my bulls the democrat.. he voted for trump. what's it like being here? it's very family oriented. it starts at 7:30 tonight. and there's a preshow from 6 to 7. and tonight only there's a party zone with two buck beer... we've got you covered live in cedar rapids, amanda gilbert, kwwl news. there are two shows this weekend -- tonight and tomorrow night. both shows begin at 7:30
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meteorologist is back
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the time has come to make a choice... about which candidate can actually make a difference for you. in a world as complex as this, we need a president as experienced as hillary. in the situation room... at the negotiating table... and always on your side... fighting for children and families. with a real plan
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...reduce drug prices... ...win equal pay for women... ...and protect social security and medicare for seniors. she'll build on obamacare, not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it. defend planned parenthood, not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign policy, not ignore it. we need a president with the experience and determination to get the job done. i'm running to make a difference. a real difference for you and your families across our country. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. seven forecast. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. mostly cloudy today and tomorrow with a mix of rain are tracking that major winter storm for monday night through
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one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
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plus...the republican presidential candidates share a stage for the final time before caucuses. and a man known best for swimming causes a splash at a basketball game good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist is here now with your storm track seven forecast. we are in for another day with a partly to mostly cloudy sky across eastern iowa. temperatures will warm into the upper 30s for most areas and it will be breezy with a south wind 10-20 mph. tonight, aside from an isolated rain or snow shower far 20s. saturday will be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the upper
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40s. we are tracking a weak system on sunday that will bring the chance for rain changing to snow. it's not looking like a huge rain or snow maker, but there could be some minor snow accumulation. we will keep an eye on this trend. we are still tracking the potential for a large storm to bring snow to the midnight monday, so iffyou have any caucus plans you will be good. the storm and its affects will be with us through wednesday. because this system is still 4 to 5 days out, and the storm is still out in the pacific ocean, computer model guidance has been affecting the midwest, and there will be several inches of snow and a lot of wind. wind gusts could be upwards of 45 mph.
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a fire destroys an eastern iowa church. it happened last night in lamont. a fire at st. peter lutheran church. the church has been closed for a few years. we were told firefighters used an excavator to knock down the building. there's no word yet on what caused the fire. as soon as we learn more information, we'll let you know. a viewer sent us those pictures -- remember when you see news, you can share pictures with us on our facebook page this morning, we also expect to learn more about a shooting in cedar rapids. police say one person was shot in the area of 15th street and beaver avenue southeast. our kwwl crew on the scene saw two people being taken into custody. what happened from there -- we don't know -- because when we followed up with police this morning -- they told us no one had been will be released later this morning. eastern iowa investigators are using social media -- asking for help to solve a burglary. the jackson county sheriff's department poed this video. you can see a man go into a house, then come out a with
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"it's very important to solve a the sheriff's department believes the man could be behind another attempted break-in. they've also been tipped off about two other burlgaries north of bellevue, but aren't sure if they're connected. they've got three days left to campaign in iowa... and they have to make them count. last night -- the last debate -- before monday's iowa caucuses... a debate without the republican frontrunner donald trump. "look at all the cameras, it's the academy awards!" side by side... donald "isn't that better than this debate that's going on where everyone's sleeping?" during the debate where candidates mocked his absence. "i'm a maniac and ugly." "he's an entertaining me." "i kind of miss him. i wish he was here." "he's probably looking for me. he's saying, "has anyone seen "did you miss donald trump out there tonight?" "not at all, man was i -- that was the best debate we've had of all of the debates, easily." issues like immigration -
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support a path to citizenship." "so did you, so did you marco." with trump gone, cruz accused the moderators of targeting him: "gosh if you guys say -- ask stage no matter what you ask me." the last debate... before iowa makes its choice. trump says he raised six during the debate. i'm tracie pottu in washington, now back to you. several republicans are in eastern iowa today. ben carson's in iowa city. carly fiorina has stops in marion, independence and waukon. john kasich is in cedar rapids and marco rubio campaigns in dubuque.
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clinton and bernie sanders both have events in dububque. we're looking into how you can get to caucus sites if you don't have a ride. in black hawk county...neither the democrats or republicans will be officially providing transportation. they tell us they're making arrangements for those who need it to ride with other voters. while you can't vote early for the caucuses -- you can for tuesday's school election n waterloo. you can vote absentee on the second floor of the courthouse today and monday -- or request a ballot by mail today as long as you return it monday. some are turning to early voting because of tuesday's forecast -- " sometimes you get distracted. sometimes you forget. so, you have weeks to get around to voting, and you happen to be around during the day, it's just very convenient." election workers say 15 polling places will be open tuesday from seven in the morning -- until 8 at night. a kwwl follow-up.
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house speaker dennis hastert. the republican went to the hospital in november, shortly after pleading guilty to breaking banking laws. his lawyers asked for sentencing to be delayed as he recovers. his new sentencing&date is in april. today a police officer charged with murder heads to court. jason van dyke is the chicago officer accused of fatally shooting a black teenager 16 times. the indictment aleges van dyke "acted without lawful justification" when he shot mcdonald. van dyke has pleaded not guilty. the defense department announces changes to help military families. it's an effort to keep quality service members. among the reforms...increases in maternity and paternity leave... and better childcare options. this comes as many service members report they leave to build the force of the future tackling these problems is on work/life balance." he hopes the changes help modernize the military.
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is costing people a lot of money. washington, d-c put a parking ban in place so snow plows could get through the streets. since then, the city has handed out more than one- million-dollars in fines. the cost of each ticket is 250 bucks. the city also towed nearly 700 vehicles. a different kind of weather problem is causing this multi-million dollar home to be demolished. powerful storms likely caused a crack in the foundation of this san francisco home. the house moved 14 inched in a week and nearby homes are in danger. the owner just bought the home last year and hasn't even moved in yet. a mosquito borne virus with a strong link to birth defects could infect between three and four million people in the americas... that information about the zika virus coming from the world health organization... next week the w- h-o will decide if it should be declared an international health emergency. the three biggest u-s airline carriers are allowing some customers to cancel or postpone their trips to areas
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that's untied, delta, and american. zika has been linked to an epidemic of birth defects in brazil... and is said to be spreading to other regions in north and south america. michigan's state senate unanimously approves 28- million-dollars to help the city of flint recover from its water crisis. four-million- dollars will be used to treat children affected by lead poisoning - the rest will be used for things "this is something i do care phone with people and hhve them ask their questions. the citizens of flint." governor snyder remains under fire for dragging his feet on the crisis... and for not releasing emails regarding flint - dating back to 20-11. a protest today for the two men at the center of the netflix series making a murdrdrer. protestors calling for justice for steven avery and brendan dassy...who they believe were wrongly convicted in a murder investigation... steven avery's guilty and
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and tonight - on dateline. "the state versus steven avery" a new investigationnnto tt case captivating america... interviews with the orignial players in the case against steven avery -- tonight at eight. a chase suspect crashes his truck and runs into a cracker barrel. the alburquerque officers not far behind as the suspect tries to hide behind a display in the store. guests atart running for the exit. the suspect is eventually caught. he was wanted for a string of violent crimes over the past month. a rare rescue for sheriff's deputies in central florida. a pregnant cow stuck in large puddle fighting for her life. deputies say the 3-year-old cow's unborn calf put too much pressure on her spine, which caused a brief paralysis. thankfully she was spotted by a good samaritan who came to her aid, then called authorities. they freed her and she's doing just
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francisco as the city prepares for the super bowl. it turns out to be a sensor that can detect a biological attack. it's part of homeland security's precautions ahead of the big game "it makes me want to unplug it just to see what what would happen?" the device is a part of the bio- watch program. taxpayers have spent ore than a billion dollars on the program college students turn to an unusual distraction to make the other team miss free throws. a-s-u students and the infamous "curtain of distraction" in full force behind the basket against oregon state. the suspense finally ended...the black curtains open...and there is 18-time olympic gold medal swimmer michael phhps. bybythe way...thehedistraction worked. ortegon state misses their free throws. its coming up... a big traffic hazard when two sinkholes open up across the
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from one another. plus....the ridesharing industry may soon have a new competitor the forecast from storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel is up next. one of the areas that i've been partularly interested in
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we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to l le up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm llary clinton,
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"you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with "nowwour storm traak 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back and good friday morning, i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. threat tracker is in the green over the next 48 hours. we will pressure system with a cold front on sunday that could produce some rain showers changing to now. there could track.
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issstill on tracac to bring heavy snow to the midwest. last night the south. now it looks like more of a southeast track, eastern iowa. here a two ifferent model comparisons showing where the heavier snow still abour 4 to 5 days out from you a heads up. storm track 7 live doppler radar clear sky across the area tonight, now we are left with patchy areas of in place. regional view shows more clouds to the west, and we will see those later today. here's the storm track 7 live weather network. it is showing calm conditions across the area. across the area. these winds will pick up later today. temperares right now are in the teens and 20s. weather trackers calling in with temperatures in the teens and 20s. dependent on where the the area today. tonight we will be mostly cloudy. weak system passes to our north, that could produce a light shower or snow shower, but most of that activity stays to our northh mostly cloudy on saturday, ahead of our next chance for rain and snow as we head into the day sunday. forecast for today has partly to mostly cloudy skies with highs in the 30s and even near 40 degrees. it will turn breezy. mostly cloudy tonight with temperatures in the 20s with lighter winds. here'st he caucus forecast. mostly cloudy with temperatures near 30. here's the storm track 7 day
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and tomorrow with a mix of rain and snow with little accumulation sunny. then we arrtracking morning. it will also be very windy and cold behind the system. two huge sinkholes open up on the same street. the bigger one took out most of the travel lanes on a highway in across the street. both opened up within a short period of time. tomorrow is the launch of the here'st he caucus forecast. mostly cloudy with temperatures near 30. here's the storm track 7 day forecat. mostly cloudy today and tomorrow with a mix of rain and snow with little accumulation sunday. then we are tracking that major winter storm for monday night through wednesday morning. it will also be very windy and cold behind the system. track 7 day forecast. mostly cloudy today and tomorrow with a mix of rain and snow with little accumulation sunday. then we are tracking that major winter storm for monday night through wednesday morning. it will also be very windy
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two huge sinkholes open up on the same street. the bigger one took out most of the travel lanes on a highway in across the street.
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period of time. tomorrow is the launch of the u-s-s sioux city. ten-years ago, work started on the navycombat ship. for more than a yearorkers at a wisconsin shipyard have worked to assemble the u.s.s. sioux city. tomorrow, their hard work will be on display. sioux city mayor bob scott will be there for the festivities. its still to come... lining up days innadvance...all for a pair of shoes. and a look at the "world's toughest rodeo -- what makes it
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into the rid the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real proroess, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing...
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ]
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counting the cars the new jersey turnke they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. the idea is an expansion of facebook's event feature. the feature would help users share vehicles or find a travel buddy to get to events. it could also connect with someone you can travel with on public transit. good news for those looking to buy a house-- mortgage rates are dropping. e 30-year mortrtage rate has fallen to three- point-79 percent.
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straight week of declines. this comes despite the federal reserve raising rates last month...which some assumed meant the end for record-low mortgage rates. people are already in line to be among the first to buy the new "air jordans." the new shoes don't come out michael jordan store in chicago has a tents aren't enough to keep warm in chicago, this time of year... blankets. girls and women don't come in one shape, and now barbie won't either. the famed doll made by mattel will now come in four body types. the company says the changes are the most dramatic eer made to barbie since she hit store shelves in 1959. if you're trying to get your attention off the caucuses monday...you're just tired of the candidates...you may want to check out the world's toughest cedar rapids with a preview of what you can expect this weekend. they've been doing these shows together for a whole you'vebeen telling me... yes. we got marriee about a year ago but
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for a long time . shows are tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30 and the preshow is from 6 and 7. tonight only there is part zone happy hour with two buck beer. in the show, you can see bull fighters, horses and some f the top rodeo contttants in the united states are here. they are getting rest right now. this behind me is a specially act.. this is roman riding... very few people so this with threw horses ... she's doing this with two. they've been doing these shows together for a whole you've been telling me... yes. we got married about a year ago but have been rforming together for a loo time . shows are tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30 and the preshow is from 6 and 7. tonight only there is part zone happy hour with two buck beer. in the show, you can see bull fighters, horses and some of the top rodeo contestants in the united states are here. they are getting rest
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specially act.. this is roman riding... very few people so this with threw horses ... she's doing this with two. we've got you covered live in telling me... yes. we got married about a year ago but have been performing at 7:30 and the preshow is from 6 and 7. tonight only there is part zone happypyhour with twtw buck beer. in the show, you can see bull are here. they are getting rest right now. this behind me is a specially act.. 4his is roman riding... very few people so this with threw horses ... she's doing this with two. they've been doing these shows together for a ago but have been performing together for a long time . shows 6 and 7. tonight only there is right now. this behind me is a cedar rapids, amanda gilbert, -- tonight and tomorrow night. both shows been at 7:30 an iowa boy will get to meet country music star luke bryan. this comes after a video of the now we have a new video... a listener on a country radio station came forward and
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joseph and his mom can go to the luke bryan concert. it'll be at the uni dome on february 20th. its we're wrappingup today in iowa with the forecast from storm
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do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is ononof the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
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a lamont church is destroyed in a fire st. peter lutheran church has been closed for a few years. building. and this morning we're working to learn more about a shooting which happened yesterday in cedar rapids. we know one person was hurt and two people were taken into custody but police aren't saying more at this time. is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast. here's the storm track7 day foreeast. mostly cloudy today sunday. then we are tracking morning. it will also be very thanks for joining us, the today show is next and we'll be back
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